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Autoplate
by Konrad Bayer
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Having released some tracks on Compilations and the Album "Dreams Of Leaving" on Genesungswerk, Munich based Konrad Bayer welcomes summer with eight fresh tracks exclusively for Autoplate. On Shall We Go To The Park Konrad invites you to come along on a walk. Find yourself a bench in the sun, smell the blossom and lay-back to the the little accoustic miniatures Konrad offers to you. Konrad has studied mediasciences, and reflects his researches on the Islamic Media in the middle-east...
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Topics: Acoustic, Folk, Field recording
Source: http://www.autoplate.org
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Aii.fm
by Jellyfishkiss
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Aii.fm
by Jetone
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Aii.fm
by ^Cursor
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Aii.fm
by Etheraise
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Aii.fm
by Third Hand Services
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Aii.fm
by Christian Costello
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by Joshua Treble
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Aii.fm
by Joshua Treble
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Observatory Online
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Balún are three kids from the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. They are named Angélica, José and Andrés. They like to make dreamy electro-acoustic melodies for imaginary films. They play several electronic and acoustic instruments such as melodica, violin, guitar and accordion. Their music is inspired by little people called "Balunes" that only appear at night.
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Topics: Electronic, Experimental, Indie-tronica
Observatory Online
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For this debut remix release the Uberkids, Rebekah and Noah Simon, secreted themselves in their studio and created a collection of specially-recorded loops and samples, which they then supplied over the internet to several members of the Skylab Operations family (such as I Am Robot And Proud , Headphone Science , Sweet Trip , .Tape , and of course, Phasmid ) with specific instructions that the remixers could do anything they wanted with the samples as long as they did not turn them into...
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Topics: IDM, Bleep, Experimental, Electropop
Observatory Online
by Angélica Negrón
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Arturo en el Barco is the musical output of Angélica Negrón , a young composer from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Angelica is interested in creating electro-acoustic soundscapes that resemble sad tunes floating in a land where sadness is non existent. She is inspired by the works of Gyorgy Ligeti, Stephen Scott, Pauline Oliveros and Erik Satie, and by the music of Tujiko Noriko, Bjork, Piana and Aroah, among others. In this project, Angélica also works with José A. Olivares who is a member of...
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Topics: Found Sounds, Experimental, Ambient, Piano, Soundscape
Miasmah
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ahh it's that time again, time to put pen to paper and try to give you a folks some idea of what to expect from this ep. in days where experimentation and electronics seem to be the order of the day, we at miasmah thought it was high time to pay homage to our roots and what better way to do it than with aphilas' instrumentally ill ep. my notes tell me here we are presented with 'two finnish producers armed with second-hand vinyl and outdated software', need i say more? here we have the perfect...
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Topics: Down beat / Chill, Trip-Hop, Hip-Hop
Rive
by Eucci
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Scenes from a life that inspired a summer catalog collection. Jeff Shell's Eucci brings banjo, rhodes, aggressive leads, and more and runs it through the minimalist musique concrete tape machine, bringing a cut up and softly distorted sound to faintly recognizable objects and a touch of bluegrass. Percussion, pops, and dusty instruments swarm around your ears like summer dreams in urban parks. Banjo by Kate Cheuffer Remastered and re-encoded by Sunhil, November 2009
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Topics: Banjo Tune, Minimalism, Broken Beats, Tape Collage, Bluegrass, Musique concrete
Kikapu
by Stud
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Stud is back from the frigid corners of Siberia, this time with a long-tracker EP of new material exclusive to Kikapu. He comes from the school of keeping tracks short and to the point, as none of the tracks present herein eclipse the three minute mark. But unlike other artists who write short tracks making you the listener feel cheated, Stud's tracks are so complex and honest that each piece feels like it has run its length and is fully complete. When listening one can definitely feel the...
Observatory Online
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Observatory is an independent net-label from Vienna, Austria, releasing completely free, high quality EPs of the many artists involved with the independent record label, Skylab Operations and the friends we make along our journey through independent music. This compilation draws together the first 14 releases from Observatory Online in one place.
Topics: Electronic, Indie-tronica
MiMi Records
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Electronic music from the east edge of Japan.
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Topic: Electronic
Source: MiMi Records ( www.clubotaku.org/mimi/ )
MiMi Records
by GQBN
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Influenced by classical works (especialy early music, baroque, contemporary), GQBN explores these concepts into electronica/idm music.
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Topics: Electronic, IDM
Source: http://www.clubotaku.org/mimi
Kahvi Collective
by Various Artists
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A selection of tracks released at Assembly 2003, Helsinki, Finland. Some tracks were entered into various music competitions and others were featured on a special YLEQ radio show in which several of Kahvi`s artists were interviewed.
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Topic: IDM
MiMi Records
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"Give the finger to spoiler's disk" is a release compilation of ten japanese projects with distinct musical visions, mostly electronic (idm, electrojazz, ambient, etc) with a portion of retro-rock. An edition that is essencial to discover some of the most recent proposals of the new japanese music.
Topics: Electronic, IDM, Retro-Rock
Source: MiMi Records ( www.clubotaku.org/mimi/ )
Sutemos
by Various Artists
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This compilation is our real toy. The idea to compile it was born even before the appearance of sutemos.net. But we had to make a long way, to create our own face, to gather contacts, to become interesting abroad. A more than year long work is finally finished and it is all hidden deep inside the intelligent toy. It was worth waiting. February 29th. The date - compilation was released ? is as rare and uncommon as the compilation is for us. Now we can boast that we gathered a bunch of IDM stars...
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Topic: IDM
Source: http://www.sutemos.net
Thinner
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Rktic aka Ronny Pries and Marko Fürstenberg aka Surphase are longtime musicians who share a strong passion for electronic dub. Both already proved with a bunch of own releases on Thinner how to create clubby dubtech tracks that work in every club. The "Norddeutsch EP" has been produced a while ago when Surphase spent time in Northeast Germany. Rktic himself is a native Hamburgian ever since, so the geographical proximity allowed a characterizing topic for their collaboration. And the...
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Topics: Dubhouse, Dubtechno
Source: http://www.thinnerism.com
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Thinner
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It was more than time for Thinner to introduce our masterminds Joerg Schuster third project - Lufth. Lufth is Joergs project for warm, organic fluffy advanced electronica apart from the stable 4/4 bassdrum. On THN037 he delivers four exclusive tender scapes with sweet, yet subtle fragments of melodies and dusty steam.
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Topic: Electronic
Source: http://www.thinnerism.com
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Thinner
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Our fifth release comes from Rktic, the latest project of rp (for those who don't know him, he has released a few EP's together with Stereo Jack on Uptide, a project with numerous releases on Superstition Records, also running the netlabel Rohformat [former Schleudertrauma], part of the demogroup Farb-Rausch... expect a new 12" these days on another famous german techno label). His tracks are a little bit like a mixture of basic channel, monolake and cologne tracks but still provide their...
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Topics: Minimal Techno, Ambient
Source: http://www.thinnerism.com
Other Minds Audio Archive
by Edgar Varese, Nicolas Slonimsky, David Cloud
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This program was produced for broadcast on the 40th anniversary of the world premiere of Ionisation, a percussion work by Edgar Varese. Nicolas Slonimsky, who conducted that performance, reminisces about the event with David Cloud of KPFK. Recorded on March 6, 1973. Varese's music was one of the first pieces in Western Classical music history performed solely on percussion instruments. Using a variety of conventional (snare drum, bass drum) and unconventional sources (sirens, Lion's roar), the...
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Topics: Interview, New Music, Orchestral Music, Edgar Varese
Source: Other Minds
Francis Dhomont performs Les moirures du temps (The shimmering ripples of time) (Feb. 1999, rev. 2001) and Phonurgie from Cycle du son (1998) at Other Minds 11 at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2004. To purchase studio recordings of these pieces visit www.electrocd.com. French composer Francis Dhomont is one of the original proponents of electroacoustic music along with Pierre Schaeffer, founder of musique concrète. With no performer on stage and surrounded by a...
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Topics: 20th Century Classical, Avantgarde
Source: Other Minds
Jazz violinist Billy Bang performs selections from his release Vietnam: The Aftermath and his upcoming release Vietnam Reflections at the 11th Other Minds Music Festival at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2005. Billy Bang Quintet Billy Bang, violin Ted Daniel, trumpet and horns Andrew Bemkey, piano Todd Nicholson, bass Michael Carvin, drums Composer, violinist and Vietnam veteran Billy Bang and his New York-based quintet present the world premiere of new selections from his...
Topic: Jazz
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
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Morton Feldman interviewed by Charles Amirkhanian at the Exploratorium's Speaking of Music Series in San Francisco, January 30, 1986. Charles Amirkhanian interviews Morton Feldman and asks right at the top: Is your music Hermetic? The answers take us on a whirlwind tour of this composers opinions, philosophy, criticisms, recollections and observations. There are excerpts from his Piano and String Quartet as well as his Violin Concerto. Feldman indicates that his compositions, which are usually...
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Topic: 20th Century Classical
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
by John Cage
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On the evening of Thursday, July 29, 1971, John Cage visited KPFA to talk about his current activities and interests and also to read the first and fifth sections from his Diary: How to improve the world (you will only make matters worse). He also reads a high school oratory which garnered a permanent trophy for Los Angeles High School where he was valedictorian of the class of 1928. Present in the room during the discussion are also Charles Amirkhanian, Richard Friedman, Charles Shere and...
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Topics: Interview, Experimental Literature, Avant-Garde, John Cage, KPFA-FM
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
by Steve Reich
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A live performance of four early works by Steve Reich: "Four Organs", "My Name Is", "Piano Phase", and "Phase Patterns." This performance marked an important moment in San Francisco Bay Area new music history with the triumphant return to the East Bay by Reich, who studied at Mills College with Luciano Berio, and who performed the 1964 world premiere of Terry Riley's seminal work, “In C", at the San Francisco Tape Music Center. The resonant...
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Topics: Music, KPFA-FM, Minimalism, New Music, Steve Reich, University Museum, UC Berkeley
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
by Harry Partch
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Harry Partch discusses receiving notariety using a scale of 43 separate tones and original instruments with references to his "Genesis of a Music." There is a brief introduction to "Twelve Intrusions," this recording which is played by five musicians under Partch's direction. The pieces are: Study in an Ancient Phrygian Scale, Study in the Ancient Greek Enharmonic Scale, The Rose, The Crane, The Wind, The Waterfall, The Letter, The Street, Vanity, Lover, Soldiers/War/Another...
Topics: Interview and Music, Microtonal music, Unconventional Instruments, Harry Partch
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
by Charles Amirkhanian & Brian Eno
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Charles Amirkhanian and Brian Eno discuss Phonetic Poetry, how Brian writes his lyrics, and the spirit of inquisitiveness at KPFA Radio on Saturday February 2, 1980. Listen to some of Brian Enos pieces; After the Heat, Everything Merges With the Night, Another Green World, Spirits Drifting and sections of other pieces. Brian Eno also discusses the artist Peter Schmidt and their work on the Oblique Strategies Cards, being a producer, Process vs Product and looping. Reel I ends with some thoughts...
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Topics: KPFA-FM, Ode to Gravity series, Interview and Music, New Music, Popular Music, Brian Eno
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
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John Cage / Morton Feldman: Radio Happenings I - V Recorded at WBAI, New York City, July 1966 - January 1967 John Cage and Morton Feldman recorded four open-ended conversations at the studios of radio station WBAI in New York. These meetings spanned six months between July 1966 and January 1967, and were produced as five "Radio Happenings". Both were at transitional points in their music. Cage had completed Variations V in 1965 and Variations VI and VII in 1966, and would publish...
Topics: Avantgarde, 20th Century Classical, Interview
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
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John Cage / Morton Feldman: Radio Happenings I - V Recorded at WBAI, New York City, July 1966 - January 1967 John Cage and Morton Feldman recorded four open-ended conversations at the studios of radio station WBAI in New York. These meetings spanned six months between July 1966 and January 1967, and were produced as five "Radio Happenings". Both were at transitional points in their music. Cage had completed Variations V in 1965 and Variations VI and VII in 1966, and would publish...
Topics: Avantgarde, 20th Century Classical, Interview
Source: Other Minds
John Cage / Morton Feldman: Radio Happenings I - V Recorded at WBAI, New York City, July 1966 - January 1967 John Cage and Morton Feldman recorded four open-ended conversations at the studios of radio station WBAI in New York. These meetings spanned six months between July 1966 and January 1967, and were produced as five "Radio Happenings". Both were at transitional points in their music. Cage had completed Variations V in 1965 and Variations VI and VII in 1966, and would publish...
Topics: Avantgarde, 20th Century Classical, Interview
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
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John Cage / Morton Feldman: Radio Happenings I - V Recorded at WBAI, New York City, July 1966 - January 1967 John Cage and Morton Feldman recorded four open-ended conversations at the studios of radio station WBAI in New York. These meetings spanned six months between July 1966 and January 1967, and were produced as five "Radio Happenings". Both were at transitional points in their music. Cage had completed Variations V in 1965 and Variations VI and VII in 1966, and would publish...
Topics: Avantgarde, 20th Century Classical, Interview
Source: Other Minds
Other Minds Audio Archive
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John Cage / Morton Feldman: Radio Happenings I - V Recorded at WBAI, New York City, July 1966 - January 1967 John Cage and Morton Feldman recorded four open-ended conversations at the studios of radio station WBAI in New York. These meetings spanned six months between July 1966 and January 1967, and were produced as five "Radio Happenings". Both were at transitional points in their music. Cage had completed Variations V in 1965 and Variations VI and VII in 1966, and would publish...
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Topics: Avantgarde, 20th Century Classical, Interviews
Source: Other Minds
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Community Audio
by Justin Brown
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This collection represents a small sample of 6 months of mouse clicking, and other generally non-productive behaviors. All tracks were composed with Reason, AudioMulch, and various innumerable free vst effects and instruments. Please enjoy, and do let me know what you think.
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Topics: Electronic, Naive, Abstract, Laidback Electronica, Minimalism, introspective electronics, not very...
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Autres Directions In Music
by autres_directions
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"In the sound object I listen to, there is always more to be heard." ~ Pierre Schaeffer (1966) ~ "For a growing number of people, the major sound landscape is the sound of the city." ~ Robert Murray Schafer (1979) ~ The Noise And The City was born during the summer of 2003. The roots of the project are to be found in a fascination for urban zones, as places of concentrated architecture, population, exchange and life : exciting and creative spaces. On the other hand, creative...
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Source: http://www.autresdirections.net/inmusic/
Webbed Hand
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Webbed Hand Records presents a selection of tracks by Webbed Hand artists regularly featured in streaming audio on Darkdrone Radio, a netstation which showcases the best of ambient, drone, and experimental recordings. From the first few months of Webbed Hand's existence as a netlabel, Darkdrone Radio has recognized its potential as a source of excellent sounds. Darkdrone has regularly featured works by Webbed Hand artists in its rotation, right in there alongside more prominent artists such as...
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Topics: Electronic, IDM, Minimal-Dub, Meditative, Electroacoustic, Ambient, Drones, Dark Ambient, Drone...
Webbed Hand
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Somewhere in the spectrum between Musique Concrete and Phonography, is a vast gray area that is disowned and disputed by either side. This compilation treats this no-man's land as its playground. Field recordings they are, with some processing, but not just walls of rhythmic noise. Sounds of nature, sounds of the city, using the non-instrumental rhythms and melodies of the source recording as the focal points, coaxing the music and beauty out of unplanned, un-orchestrated events. This 2-CD...
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Topics: Field Recordings, Noise, Electroacoustic, Microsound, Sound Art, Experimental, Soundscape,...
Webbed Hand
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"To Ancient Noise" is a compilation of manipulated environmental sounds. Whether field recordings, found sounds, radio snippets, or other odd recorded artifacts of audio, these elements are worked by sound artists in interesting and often startling ways. In some cases the sounds may not be processed much at all, but are rather selected for their rhythmic virtues. In other cases, sounds have been layered and heavily effected into lush and alien soundscapes, dark and mysterious. With...
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Topics: Found Sounds, Rhythmic Noise, Ambient/noise, gLiTch, Electroacoustic, Drones, tape collage, musique...
Webbed Hand
by C.P. McDill
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An early document has surfaced which exposes some of the roots of the Webbed Hand sound of C.P. McDill. An untitled tape made in December of 1993, then set aside, which somehow survived many moves and purges of belongings. Out of numerous recordings I made in the late 80s - early 90s, this is the only one that wasn't lost. Thanks to the recent acquisition of a mixer similar to the one the tape was recorded on, I was able to finally transfer the tape to digital and give it a proper mixdown and...
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Topics: Noise, Experimental, Sound Art, Improvisation, musique concrete